Sunday Morning Coffee

Sunday mornings I usually take time to catch up on stories I may not have time to read through the week. I thought I would share some that caught my eye this week.

LighthouseNow: Stompin’ Tom comes to life in Hebbs Cross teacher’s play

It must be quite the feeling to be asked to write a play about a Maritime legend, then see that play come to life on the stage. So excited about this story, as I know Erin as a fantastic teacher and literacy coach and a neighbor of sorts as we both live in the same community. What an accomplishment! If you’re traveling to PEI this summer be sure to check out My Island Home. 🙂

Bud the Spud from the bright red mud is the subject of a new play written by a teacher and playwright from Hebbs Cross. Erin Dunn-Keefe, a literacy coach with the South Shore Regional School Board and a former English and Sociology teacher at Bridgewater Jr./Sr. High School, spent months writing My Island Home: A Stompin’ Tom Story for the newly built Stompin’ Tom Centre in Skinners Pond, P.E.I.

Source: LighthouseNow: Stompin’ Tom comes to life in Hebbs Cross teacher’s play

Nova Scotia Kitchens offers tasty recipes, blog and podcast

I have followed Sherri Graham’s Instagram for a while now and just love her approach to home and photography. So when I read that she was starting a new project called Nova Scotia Kitchens, with a blog…and a podcast!…I was pumped! The blog is beautiful you can check it out here. I may have to try the Rosemary Shortbread recipe this week! 🙂

Sherrie Graham says the goal with her new blog is to bring all of her favourite things to the Internet – a visit and chat, a recipe to share and some images of someone’s home in Nova Scotia.“I want people to feel like they’re there with us at the table and have all of the insider tips on how to make recipes,” the Wellington, Yarmouth County, resident said.

Source: Nova Scotia Kitchens offers tasty recipes, blog and podcast

You Could Live Here! 658 McKeen Rd, Watford, Nova Scotia

So many people I know want to live on the water. With this sweet little cottage or year round home this could be your reality! River frontage, new kitchen, heat pump, wired double garage….what a perfect and peaceful spot to start your next chapter.

Picturesque river frontage with 250′ on the North Branch of the Lahave. Cute as a button, sits this 1 Bedroom, 1 bath bungalow to enjoy year around or as a summer escape. Many upgrades for the new owner to enjoy including new wiring (200 amp panel), insulated, gyp rocked, painted, new kitchen, new bath, all new flooring, heat pump, pellet stove, new decks. Back deck offers great outdoor space to entertain or to relax and enjoy the sounds of the river front. Also includes a wired double garage and an additional shed for all your storage needs. Offers you privacy yet situated between the amenities of Bridgewater and New Germany. What are you waiting for? Book your showing today so you can enjoy your summer on the Lahave. Ex#73178

Source: 658 McKeen Rd, Watford, Nova Scotia, For Sale by Karen Scott

This property is listed with Karen Scott of Exit Realty Interlake.

Enjoy the day!

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